Exploring the tension between the two sides of the actress' persona — glamour queen and reclusive tomboy — Stewart gives her most fascinating, thrillingly physical performance yet in 'Personal…
‘Personal Shopper’ Director Olivier Assayas on Working in Hollywood: “You Have to Adapt, Even if It’s Frustrating”
The filmmaker presented his Cannes entry starring Kirsten Stewart at the 31st Mar del plata Film Festival in Argentina.
Olivier Assayas' psychological thriller sees Stewart playing a young woman who half-believes she's in contact with her late twin brother.
The French filmmaker also will receive Zurich's 'A Tribute to ...' award for his life's work.
The psychological thriller bowed at the Cannes Film Festival and will be released by the studio's home entertainment group.
The Paris-set ghost story triggered both boos and applause when it screened for critics ahead of the Tuesday premiere.